Part I of II:
The concept of being buried alive engenders fear in the hearts of anyone who thinks of such: Then, how quickly we write it off as an unreasonable fright which "could not possibly occur."
Although much more unlikely than in the distant past, it still happens from time to time. The horrors of awakening six-feet under a hard-packed grave, with no oxygen, no room to move, and no one to hear the muffled yet blood-curdling cries for help has proven to be far beyond torturous upon exhuming the graves of such unfortunate folks.
TJ takes a walk through time, describing the circumstances surrounding this horrible misfortune with a few small tales.
The program is a prep-job for next week's Edgar Allen Poe reading.
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